12/9/2017

“Europei, le vostre denunce non sono considerate da Israele una priorità. Dovete adottare sanzioni che provochino danni” scrive su Haaretz la nota giornalista israeliana

La giornalista israeliana Amira Hass

La giornalista israeliana Amira Hass

 Haaretz

Roma, 12 settembre 2017, Nena News – Olanda, Belgio e Francia: non è sufficiente condannare solo a parole la politica di distruzione da parte di Israele, che danneggia impianti e edifici finanziati con il denaro dei vostri contribuenti. Va bene che siate arrabbiati, ma il ritmo con cui si accumula la vostra rabbia rimane ampiamente in ritardo rispetto alla velocità ed al ritmo pericoloso dei bulldozer dell’Amministrazione Civile (il governo militare dei territori palestinesi occupati, ndt.) in Cisgiordania e delle forze di difesa delle colonie.

Haaretz, 10/09/2017

 

Zionism,” Shaked said, “should not continue and will not continue to bow down to the system of individual rights interpreted in a universal way.” She called for grounding individual rights within a nationalist context in which national tasks, identity and history take preference over universal individual rights.

August 15, 2017

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a Likud rally in Tel Aviv, August 9, 2017. (Tomer Neuberg/Flash90)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a Likud rally in Tel Aviv, August 9, 2017. (Tomer Neuberg/Flash90)

Mr. Netanyahu did state one essential truth, however: the world can bring an end to Israel’s occupation of Palestine.

Haaretz, Sep. 5, 2017

 

there’s no way to maintain a moral, law-abiding society that’s fair and rational, while at the same time maintaining a horrible ghetto in the south and operating a dark tyranny in the east, a gloomy space controlled by an evil military dictatorship. There is no law there and no judge; everything is permissible and everything is forsaken, available for plundering and looting. From human life to human freedom, from a person’s property to his health, from utter contempt for a person’s rights to utter disdain for the image of God in which he was created.

Haaretz, Sep. 7, 2017

 

Eight family members, including an 84-year-old man in a wheelchair, were evicted from the apartment because before 1948, its owner was Jewish. Now the house has been returned to the owner’s heirs, the descendants of the late Haim Ben Sulimani Yan’i.